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A SMART supply chain for a connected world

Reach the next level of supply chain transformation—from design to delivery

Leverage artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT) and blockchain to ensure an innovative supply chain solutions at the heart of the digital ecosystem.

Supply chain, as well as logistics, is facing a serious need to be reformed. The importance of these sectors running efficiently are essential for almost any business, which creates the demand for them to constantly innovate and search for better solutions.

Industry 4.0 mindset, Blockchain (and its decentralized publicly transparent nature), artificial intelligence (and its approaches to tackle problems more effectively) and the Internet of Things (and its ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction) offers an answer to many of the questions industry stakeholders face today.
This includes the transparency of shipping processes, ease of paperwork and regulations, automatization of payments and contract terms, long sales cycle, the complexity of operations and more.

Many companies see the potential benefits of these digital technologies but struggle with taking the right first step to start their digital supply chain transformation effort.
What we typically see with companies in a multitude of sectors, from retail and automotive to chemicals and energy, is an initial recognition that the supply chain is central to their business and that digitization is on the horizon. However, they lack a clear sense of urgency, a full understanding of how to scale the effort and benefits associated with it, and the necessary buy-in across the organization to make digitization a serious priority.

The Digitized Supply Chain = Digitizing data + collaboration tools

The Digitized Supply Chain = Digitizing data + collaboration tools

3 Keys : Collaboration, Automation & Analytics

This requires a plateform solution that can model various data structures that represent a “real world” supply chain that not only incorporates the activities that take place before a purchase order is even issued (e.g., research, getting product data, negotiating prices), and all of the transactional steps (bills of lading, commercial invoices, packing lists, export entries, customs entries, vendor bookings, and so forth), but also this digitization also has to incorporate the people, processes, and products that come together to form the end-to-end supply chain.

Everyone wins when all parties are working from the same version of the truth and able to take the appropriate action to optimize their portion of the supply chain!